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Calling All ASAE Allies

Guest blog from my Include Is a Verb co-author, Sherry Marts (S*Marts Consulting) A couple of weeks ago there was a fairly lengthy thread in the Executive Management Section on ASAE Collaborate, with the subject line “ASAE Committees/Sections Feedback” (member … Continue reading

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Catch Spark at #ASAE16

I’ll be presenting two sessions at the upcoming ASAE Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City in a few weeks: Unsession: The Association Role in the New Education Paradigm, Sunday, August 14 Deep Dive: The Lean Startup Changes Everything, Tuesday, August … Continue reading

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Collaborate LARP at #ASAE15

Many association executives are familiar with ASAE’s online member community, Collaborate. In just under two weeks, at the 2015 ASAE Annual Meeting in Detroit, I’ll be facilitating a session called “Request and Re-gift.” It’s based on 2014 annual meeting opening … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

An oldie but a goodie from Guy Kawasaki on innovation (h/t to the SocialFish for highlighting it). Top membership takeaways from #ASAE13 as identified by the always fab Joe Rominiecki. Running an end of year campaign? Farra Trompeter can help … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

This Friday Top 5 is part two of my #ASAE13 prep guide: game time! Your keys to surviving and thriving on the ground in the A-T-L. (Get part one here.) Meet new people. It’s tempting to stay with your coworkers … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

A large chunk of the association universe will be heading for Atlanta for #ASAE13 within the next week or so. I once again volunteered to be a “buddy” for a first-time attendee, and I had a nice conversation with her … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on #ASAE12

The Good: I love what ASAE has done with the volunteer committee structure. First of all, they’ve forced us to be more efficient by scheduling MUCH shorter committee meetings. Hallelujah! Sitting in a committee meeting for 8 hours is torture … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

I plan to write a fuller recap post next week, but for now my Top 5 Tweets from #ASAE12: 1. Response to Maddie Grant’s observation about the closing general session video: @maddiegrant video is pos but not honest – what … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Strategy without context is meaningless. Less talk – more do. Acronym’s quick clicks for April. One was so good I had to call it out special, in which NTC publicly admits to things that didn’t go well at the recent … Continue reading

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You Say You Want a Revolution

There’s a bit of a fracas currently occurring around the selection of James Carville and Karl Rove as opening keynoters for the 2012 ASAE Annual Meeting. To me, it raises a much larger question: how does a member change the … Continue reading

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